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Zaza Hlalethwa

Zaza Hlalethwa

    Madjozi a village girl for real?
    Madjozi a village girl for real?
    With Sho Madjozi’s carefree black girl outlook, a New Age athleisure take on tinguvu, and her biracial luminescence, it has been argued, that the...
    Who does popular representations of albinism serve?
    Who does popular representations of albinism serve?
    People living with albinism have long been stigmatised and othered, and the subject of superstition.
    Inside advertising: A Q&A with Ahmed Tilly
    Inside advertising: A Q&A with Ahmed Tilly
    How did you get into advertising?
    Ads out of touch with audiences
    Ads out of touch with audiences
    Advertising is the lifehood of capitalism and, in South Africa, the majority of brands aim at black consumers. But in the latter part of 2018,...
    The soundtrack to Dezemba
    The soundtrack to Dezemba
    It is the second week of South Africa's favourite season: Dezemba. Stokvels are dividing the dividends from their earnings, camp chairs and cooler...
    Mi casa es su casa with festival
    Mi casa es su casa with festival
    ‘Maaaaakhiiii!" The women would sing this on their side of the stop-nonsense to get the attention of their makhelwane.
    Cassper’s filled up by his loyal Tsibipians
    Cassper’s filled up by his loyal Tsibipians
    ‘To be honest/ I gotta give mad credit to fans/ for letting me be myself in a world you not allowed to/ You always give me your love/ I never...
    Slice of life: The journey to Beyoncé
    Slice of life: The journey to Beyoncé
    I’ve been following the Global Citizen thing since the day they announced how we can earn tickets. I think that was the 21st of August. I was...
    Global Citizen: Preaching the good news according to Madiba
    Global Citizen: Preaching the good news according to Madiba
    In 1995, at the start of the Rugby World Cup final, South African pilot Laurie Kay flew a 747 passenger jet over Ellis Park. The bottom of the jet...
    Birds of a feather: Yoga to find yourself
    Birds of a feather: Yoga to find yourself
    Anesu Mbizvo was born in Zimbabwe where she lived until she was 12 before moving to South Africa. In her final year of medicine at the University...
    Bringing good times home to Pretoria for 10 years
    Bringing good times home to Pretoria for 10 years
    High school is over. The final exam has been written and all matriculants have collected their certificates. The focus is about to shift to their...
    Learning to commune with the dead
    Learning to commune with the dead
    “Papa, you know I don't know where Gogo is buried."